DGAP-News: SFC Energy: Simark Controls signs sales cooperation agreement for EFOY Pro Hybrid Fuel Cell Solutions with Vector for South Western U.S.


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SFC Energy: Simark Controls signs sales cooperation agreement for EFOY Pro Hybrid Fuel Cell Solutions with Vector for South Western U.S.
14.03.2019 / 07:30


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SFC Energy AG - Press ReleaseSFC Energy: Simark Controls signs sales cooperation agreement for EFOY Pro Hybrid Fuel Cell Solutions with Vector for South Western U.S.


- Vector Controls and Automation Group will market SFC's EFOY Pro Hybrid Fuel Cell Solutions to customers in Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico.

- With the partnership SFC gains direct sales access to the U.S. upstream oil & gas, water and waste water markets.


Brunnthal/Munich, Germany, March 14, 2019 - Simark Controls Ltd., a subsidiary of SFC Energy, a leading provider of hybrid power solutions to the stationary and mobile power generation markets, has signed an agreement with Vector Controls and Automation Group, LaPorte, TX (Houston, TX area) USA. In the framework of the cooperation, Vector will market SFC's EFOY Pro Hybrid Fuel Cell Solutions to customers in Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico, USA. The cooperation expands SFC's territorial range from Canada further into the South of the United States. Effective February 2019, Vector has started to market SFC's EFOY Pro Hybrid Fuel Cell Solutions to their customers in the oil & gas, water and waste water industries.
SFC's EFOY Pro Hybrid Fuel Cell Solutions are turnkey off-grid power solutions customized to power industrial applications away from the grid, reliably and autonomously, over long periods of time and even in severe weather conditions. The EFOY Pro Hybrid Fuel Cell Solution combines SFC Energy's EFOY Pro fuel cells, solar modules, batteries, power management, fuel cartridges and - if required - customer equipment in weatherproof cabinets, boxes or on trailers. Power and performance can be flexibly adapted to meet the application's specific off-grid requirements.
Hybrid EFOY Pro fuel cell / solar module configurations are becoming even more popular in industrial off-grid scenarios: In good weather the solar module will power the application. In bad weather or scenarios where solar is not reliable, the fuel cell will automatically start operation and bridge the power gap to ensure uninterrupted system operation. The system is fully redundant: Even if solar is damaged or stolen, the fuel cell is sized to provide full power to the load.
"We are excited to include SFC's EFOY Pro Hybrid Fuel Cell Solutions into our portfolio of instrumentation and automation solutions for the oil & gas, water and waste water industries", says Larry Sims, VP of Sales of Vector Controls and Automation Group. "More and more devices must operate reliably away from the grid, 24/7. Bringing reliable off-grid power and power redundancy to these systems used to be a major challenge for our customers. Now, with SFC's EFOY Pro Hybrid Fuel Cell Solutions, customers can be sure that their devices will operate in any situation, they save logistics effort and costly trips to the sites for battery exchanges or maintenance. We see a great potential for SFC's solutions in our markets."
"We are very happy that Vector, a well-established supplier of advanced instrumentation and automation solutions, is bringing the EFOY Pro Hybrid Fuel Cell Solutions to their customers in the South of the U.S.", says Martin Curtis, Managing Director of Simark Controls and President Oil & Gas of SFC Energy. "This partnership further expands the market coverage of the successful EFOY Pro fuel cells in the U.S. Because of the many advantages they bring to off-grid applications, our EFOY Pro Hybrid Fuel Cell Solutions are replacing more and more battery, TEG or solar stand alone power systems in Canada and the U.S."
Power generation in the EFOY Pro fuel cell is environmentally friendly, the fuel comes in convenient EFOY fuel cartridges and features a very high energy density, enabling extremely long system autonomy. EFOY Pro fuel cells can be remote controlled and are fully maintenance free.
Additional information on SFC Energy's off-grid power portfolio for oil & gas, clean energy & mobility, industry and defense & security at www.sfc.com. Additional information on Simark Controls at www.simarkcontrols.com. Additional information on Vector Controls and Automation Group at vectorcag.com.About Simark Controls Ltd.
Simark Controls Ltd., a company of SFC Energy AG, is a service oriented, value added sales company specializing in custom integrated and manufactured solutions of high quality instrumentation, automation, energy and power products. Simark provides instrumentation & measurement systems, power components & drives, security & surveillance equipment for the oil & gas industry and mining, forestry & community supply markets. Simark is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, with sales offices in Edmonton and Grande Prairie, Alberta, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Vancouver, British Columbia and Montreal, Quebec.About Vector Controls and Automation Group
Vector Controls & Automation Group is a leading systems integration organization representing some of the top manufacturing brands in the industry. We have experienced application specialists in our Instrumentation, Automation, Analytical Solutions, Valve and Valve Automation and Technical Services divisions to support all process applications, controls & automation, and service needs. With Regional Support Centers and professionals located throughout Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, and Missouri, Vector strives to achieve and provide the highest level of customer service along with the industry's top technical professionals.About SFC Energy Group
SFC Energy AG (www.sfc.com) is a leading provider of hybrid solutions to the stationary and portable power generation markets. SFC is a major supplier of fuel cells, with over 41,000 fuel cells sold to date. The Company has award-winning products and serves a range of applications in the Oil and Gas, Security and Industry, and Consumer markets. The Company is headquartered in Brunnthal/Munich, Germany, operates production facilities in the Netherlands, Romania, and Canada. SFC Energy AG is listed on the Deutsche Boerse Prime Standard (GSIN: 756857 ISIN: DE0007568578).SFC Press Contact:
Ulrike Bienert-Loy
SFC Energy AG
Eugen-Sänger-Ring 7
D-85649 Brunnthal
Tel. +49 89 673 592-377
Fax. +49 89 673 592-169
Email: pr@sfc.comSFC Investor Relations:
SFC Energy AG
Eugen-Saenger-Ring 7
D-85649 Brunnthal
Tel. +49 89 673 592-378
Fax. +49 89 673 592-169
Email: ir@sfc.com
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Susan Hoffmeister
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SFC Energy AG

Eugen-Saenger-Ring 7

85649 Brunnthal


Germany
Phone:
+49 (89) 673 592 - 100
Fax:
+49 (89) 673 592 - 169
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ir@sfc.com
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www.sfc.com
ISIN:
DE0007568578
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756857
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